I teach Greek language and literature, in particular Homer, hexameter poetry and tragedy. My research interests are in late antiquity, primarily poetry of the 4th-7th cc. AD.
‘Writing in Greek: classicism and compilation, interaction and transformation’, in Christopher Kelly (ed.) The Age of Theodosius II: Rethinking the Roman Empire in Late Antiquity, (CUP, Cambridge 2013) 195-218.
‘A learned spiritual ladder: towards an interpretation of George of Pisidia’s hexameter poem On human life’, in K. Spanoudakis (ed.) Nonnus of Panopolis in Context (de Gruyter, Berlin and Boston 2014) 435-57.